MSI N560GTX TI Twin Frozr II/O.C. Edition Purchased on 20th Nov. 2011


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Hi all,
Here's a
MSI N560GTX TI Twin Frozr II/Over-clocked Edition card for sale.
It was purchased on 20th Nov 2011. Selling because he has got a 6970 HD.
Warranty Began/Begins from December 2011, Will be applicable till December 2014!
It's in spot-less condition I would give it 9.9/10. It has been hardly used (less than few hours).
I have just put it in to test it now. Works absolutely fantastic.
Idle temps are 34, At load 64. Noise is inaudible.

Here's whats included:
1x MSI N560GTX TI Twin Frozr II/Over-clocked Edition card
2X 4-Pin dual Molex to 6-pin Power adapters
1x Mini HDMI to HDMI converter
1x Quick Start Guide
1x Installation Manual

Bill will be delivered via E-mail to the buyer.

CARD SOLD


Here are the Pics:







Please buy soon, Its very hard to not be able to put this beast in my PC! (Currently with Radeon HD4200 on-board!) :(

CAN GET: Cards are in pristine condition!
MSI Twin Frozr III 6950 HD PE/OC 2GB
Sapphire 6950 HD Dirt 3 Edition 2GB
Asus N560GTX Direct Cu II
P.M. for more info.
 

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Wow .... What a calculation of warranty

Bought in November 2011

Warranty begins from December 2011

Ends in January 2015.

New type of calender or warranty terms ?????
 

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I guess this card has local warranty as the video shows imported by Acro Engineering. :) Also this is the 3xx core and not the 448 cores as officially special edition 448 cores are not to be released in India! :(
 

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shravank30 said:
Wow .... What a calculation of warranty

Bought in November 2011
Warranty begins from December 2011
Ends in January 2015.

New type of calender or warranty terms ?????
A)Warranty begins from three months of Manufacturing date. Hence, Oct-Nov-Dec.
So it begins in Dec 2011.

B)MSI gives three years warranty Hence,
Dec 2011-Dec 2012= 1 year
Dec 2012-Dec 2013= 2 years
Dec 2013-Dec 2014= 3 years

c)ASSUMPTION:
Since we do not know the exact date of Manufacture of card in Sept 2011, We can assume it to be the last day of the month.
D)So according to A+B+C
We can calculate the warranty period uptill January 2015 (or the first day of it.)

E)I have spoken with MSI cust. care and they said if the problem occurs within a few days of warranty ending, it may still be entertained under the warranty by them, depending on the nature of the issue.

Thank you.

sajitsm said:
does it carry local warranty?
Of course it does.
Thank you for your interest.
shahbaaz_vision said:
Is this 330core edition or 440 core edition.
This is the 384 Core edition. Best of both worlds!
Plus this is pre-overclocked!
Gets you nearly as much performance as the 448 core version
PLUS cost less and saves on electricity by a fair margin.
thunder.dragon said:
I guess this card has local warranty as the video shows imported by Acro Engineering. :) Also this is the 3xx core and not the 448 cores as officially special edition 448 cores are not to be released in India! :(
Yes. you are right.
But 448 core version is not worth the price tag it carries..If you can afford that, might as well buy the 570.
 

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Hell Yeah!! Thing is no price on that 448 as this is not for Indian markets. Anyways I would have picked up yours if it were the MSI GTX560 Ti HAWK for SLi.. Sadly Not in mood of buying the Normal Edition.

Warranty is from the Bill date if bill available else depends on the Service Center!

Best of luck for your sale! :)
 

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thunder.dragon said:
Hell Yeah!! Thing is no price on that 448 as this is not for Indian markets. Anyways I would have picked up yours if it were the MSI GTX560 Ti HAWK for SLi.. Sadly Not in mood of buying the Normal Edition.

Warranty is from the Bill date if bill available else depends on the Service Center!

Best of luck for your sale! :)
Thanks for the info. I shall update the first post accordingly.

AS for the HAWK edition, only difference between this and HAWK is that in Hawk you get
Little more OC. (which one can do by self.)
P/S Switch
V-Check Points & APS (but if one is Overclocker, He can always find those by himself.)
Beside that this card is perfectly SLI compliant.

Thanks you are welcome. :)
EDIT:
See first post. some new info added! more cards.
 
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